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Lil' Truck GVG 250

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lightyear22
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Here is a shot of the little truck I work in. We got it all in somehow.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/37589018@N00/217820846/

Andy

scottgfx
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[quote="lightyear22"]Here is a shot of the little truck I work in. We got it all in somehow. http://www.flickr.com/photos/37589018@N00/217820846/ Andy[/quote] GVG200 is a kick-ass switcher of the early `90's. (ok... late `80's) I used one in an editorial situation with a CMX Edge editor and a Abekas A-53D (plus Warp). Great switcher! I have fond memories or GPI triggers and timelines. I wish my current station was as well connected.

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Mike Cumbo
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[quote="mtiffee"]How many scopes does that puppy have?? lol[/quote] Not sure if you are old enough BUT in the past it was standard for each camera to have it own waveform in video. In some trucks the scope for cam1 was directly under cam1 and so forth. It made shading cameras very easy. You used the router to check color on the vectorscope. Of course, today TD's rarely get a scope and the scopes in tape usually don't work....
mtiffee
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How many scopes does that puppy have?? lol
Bill D
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Love that the producer sits outside the truck, how can I get that in a control room.. Bill